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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deserving

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | of health; or else it is deserving of the end, when such end ~ 2 1, 62 | the body, if it has merit deserving ~beatitude, enters at once 3 1, 63 | of health; or else it is deserving of the end, when such end ~ 4 1, 63 | the body, if it has merit deserving ~beatitude, enters at once 5 1, 112 | does not result in their deserving eternal life by ~good works, 6 2, 7 | acts ~according as they are deserving of reward or punishment.~ 7 2, 21 | natural things are not ~deserving of praise or blame (Ethic. 8 2, 87 | Sin, however, makes man deserving of ~punishment, and that 9 2, 87 | the act of sin makes ~man deserving of punishment, in so far 10 2, 89 | of an unbeliever are more deserving of forgiveness, ~on account 11 2, 23 | By mortal sin man becomes deserving of eternal death, ~according 12 2, 23 | whoever has charity is deserving of eternal life, for it 13 2, 26 | have?" Therefore it is not deserving of reward to ~love one's 14 2, 26 | to love one's ~enemy is deserving of a reward. Therefore it 15 2, 31 | thereby he proves himself deserving of condemnation, either 16 2, 34 | the good of those who are ~deserving of it. Hence it is clear 17 2, 58 | shows himself to be equally deserving of condemnation on account 18 2, 58 | judged to be good, and deserving of contempt if he is judged 19 2, 62 | A[2]). Therefore it is ~deserving of praise if even private 20 2, 62 | injury on a man who is less ~deserving of one, and so acts more 21 2, 74 | other hand his guilt is deserving of being cursed, according 22 2, 75 | but the latter is justly deserving of blame, ~because, considered 23 2, 83 | sacrifice is a special ~act deserving of praise in that it is 24 2, 83 | there are acts that are not deserving of ~praise save through 25 2, 83 | is a sacrifice which ~is deserving of praise merely through 26 2, 85 | rather did He show them to be deserving of praise in this ~particular, 27 2, 104 | given: since, whereas he was deserving of ~punishment, he has received 28 2, 104 | it is praiseworthy and is deserving of gratitude, consists ~ 29 2, 104 | benefactor; who seems be ~deserving of praise, chiefly for having 30 2, 106 | sin mortally seem to be deserving of the same ~punishment. 31 2, 106 | All who sin mortally are deserving of eternal death, as ~regards 32 2, 108 | some temporal meed, the deserving of which ~was not inconsistent 33 2, 127 | of honor, this would be deserving of blame. ~Accordingly magnanimity 34 2, 127 | man strives ~to do what is deserving of honor, yet not so as 35 2, 127 | tends to such ~things as are deserving of honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS 36 2, 129 | rather is it something deserving of ~praise, in so far as 37 2, 136 | 1],2), perseverance is ~deserving of praise because thereby 38 2, 140 | intemperance is justly more deserving of reproach than other vices."~ 39 2, 143 | regarded ~as making a man deserving of honor, that sometimes 40 2, 143 | having a certain excellence deserving of honor on account of its ~ 41 2, 143 | honest is that which is deserving of honor. Now "it ~is the 42 2, 143 | deems himself great and ~deserving of honor [*Cf. Q[148], A[ 43 2, 143 | holds in ~check are the most deserving of reproach, as stated above. 44 2, 147 | observance of the measure is most deserving of praise. Such matter is 45 2, 149 | of intemperance is most deserving of reproach." Now it would 46 2, 149 | purity to avoid all that is deserving of reproach. Therefore ~ 47 2, 149 | venereal sins are most ~deserving of reproach, both on account 48 2, 150 | an excellence of its own ~deserving of greater praise than keeping 49 2, 150 | 5: Conjugal chastity is deserving of praise merely because 50 2, 154 | the body is deemed ~more deserving of pardon. Thirdly, because 51 2, 155 | virtues. For virtue is deserving of praise chiefly because 52 2, 156 | reason, one's anger ~is deserving of praise.~Aquin.: SMT SS 53 2, 156 | something meritorious and deserving of praise; while on ~the 54 2, 156 | nothing save mortal sin is deserving of eternal ~condemnation. 55 2, 158 | temperance would seem to be deserving of praise chiefly ~on account 56 2, 166 | since ~mortal sin alone is deserving of everlasting mourning.~ 57 2, 182 | pride, ~and deem the clergy deserving of such a grievous insult," 58 2, 184 | those good works are more deserving of ~praise which are done 59 2, 184 | not always render a ~man deserving of bodily death, so neither 60 2, 187 | promise given to God be deserving of ~punishment!" Therefore 61 3, 46 | that even others are ~more deserving of blame if they do not 62 3, 46 | chief priests said: ~'He is deserving of death.'" According to 63 3, 49 | discovering in ~Him nothing deserving of death, nevertheless he 64 3, 51 | nature, but not as to the deserving cause of ~putrefaction, 65 3, 73 | Thy Sacrament not make us deserving of punishment."~Aquin.: 66 3, 82 | as he acts ~unworthily is deserving of a curse, and is reputed 67 3, 88 | of grace, ~and makes him deserving of everlasting punishment, 68 3, 88 | in so far as they were deserving of ~eternal life, but not 69 3, 88 | of grace, and judge him deserving of eternal punishment; and ~ 70 3, 89 | deeds done in charity are deserving of glory according ~to the 71 Suppl, 25| to which a person is held deserving ~of obtaining such an indulgence. 72 Suppl, 60| wife or any other person deserving of death. Since ~then the 73 Suppl, 62| sinner the more is his sin ~deserving of pardon. Now there is 74 Suppl, 83| again ~without them, though deserving of greater punishment, the 75 Suppl, 86| as some are shown to be deserving ~of judgment through being 76 Suppl, 93| such afflictions will be deserving of ~blame. However such 77 Suppl, 96| accordingly are seemingly not deserving of eternal punishment, it 78 Suppl, 96| abandon it, and ~these are deserving not of a lesser but of a 79 Appen1, 1| then that venial sin is ~deserving of the punishment of fire, 80 Appen1, 1| other hand he who is not deserving of ~punishment is not for 81 Appen1, 1| that actual venial sin is deserving of ~temporal punishment, 82 Appen2, 1| evil things which are not deserving of eternal ~punishment, 83 Appen2, 1| generically good, which are not deserving of an eternal reward. Therefore ~


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